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Colloquium Series

The Cognitive and Affective Science Program of the department of psychology is pleased to announce the Psychology Colloquium Series.

The purpose of the Psychology Colloquium Series is to promote discourse and research at University of Oshkosh Wisconsin on various affective and cognitive approaches to the study of human nature. The series is open to all members of UW Oshkosh and to all interested visitors.

2014 Research Colloquiums

Colloquiums will be held in Polk 22, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.

DatePresenterPresentation Title

Sept. 12th, 2014

Dr. Aaron Karst

Objective Localization of Cortical Lamina Transitions and its Application in the Identification of Cellular Abnormalities

Sept. 26th, 2014

Jarrod Bock, MS Student

The Evolution of Prejudice: How Contemporary Categorization Has Gone Too Far

Sept 26th, 2014

Sarah Adelson, MS Student

The Fear of Being Single as it exists within a social realm

Oct 10th, 2014

Nathan Hermus, MS Student

Musical qualia: Using the concept of bellezza to characterize musical experience

Oct 10th, 2014

Caitlin Weihing, MS Student

Decoding Lawyerese: Decreasing Suggestibility to Misinformation in Multifaceted Questions

Oct 24th, 2014

Anthony Drew, MS Student

Temporal Attention: Limits and Benefits to Processing over Time

Oct 24th, 2014

Emily Vogels, MS Student

Romantic Affect and Partner Flaws: How Flaw Stability and Flaw Importance Influence Romantic Affect in Romantic Relationships

Nov 14th, 2014

Mandy Burmeister, MS Student

Serpents in the Garden: Religiosity, Spirituality, and Psychopathy

Nov 14th, 2014

Sharayah Preman, MS Student

The Effects of Character Role Choice and Fantasy Engagement on Violent Video Game Aggression

For additional information, contact Dr. Phan Hong, department of psychology, hongp@uwosh.edu, or (920) 424-2302. Check this site regularly for updates on presentations.

by schrod69 — last modified Sep 29, 2014 10:58 AM
2014 Fall Colloquium Series

Oct 24th, 2014 (1:00-2:30)

Anthony Drew

The Time Course of Attentional Selection: An ERP Investigation

Emily Vogels

Romantic Affect and Partner Flaws: How Flaw Stability and Flaw Importance Influence Romantic Affect in Romantic Relationships

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